7 edition of Genetic Linguistic Archaeological Perspectives on Human Diversity in Southeast Asia found in the catalog.
April 15, 2002 by World Scientific Publishing Company .
Written in English
|Contributions||Li Jin (Editor), Mark Seielstad (Editor), Chunjie Xiao (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||210|
Haplogroup DE is a human Y-chromosome DNA is defined by the single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) mutations, or UEPs, M1(YAP), M(P), M, P, P, P, P, P DE is unique because it is distributed in several geographically distinct clusters. An immediate subclade, haplogroup D (also known as D-CTS), is mainly found in Eastern Asia, parts of Central Asia, and Ancestor: CT. One of the first researchers to attempt to synthesize genetic, linguistic and archaeological data and infer the genetic history of modern humans from it was Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza. His pioneering work on the genetic diversity of European peoples set the stage for similar investigations of biological and linguistic diversity in human. Southeast Asia or Southeastern Asia is a subregion of Asia, consisting of the regions that are geographically south of China, east of the Indian subcontinent and north-west of Australia. Southeast Asia is bordered to the north by East Asia, to the west by South Asia and the Bay of Bengal, to the east by Oceania and the Pacific Ocean, and to the south by Australia and the Indian g code: Zone 6 & 8.
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Genetic, Linguistic and Archaeological Perspectives on Human Diversity in Southeast Asia is the result of a collaborative effort to stimulate interaction between scientists from different disciplines who share a common interest: the role of Southeast Asia in the history of modern humans.
The book furnishes a number of papers summarizing the major lines of research in the region, which were Cited by: The American Journal of Human Genetics “Ψ this volume, to some degree at least, helps to resolve the problem of interpreting genetic and other kinds of information ” Asian Perspectives.
Southeast Asia is regarded as one of the birthplaces of modern humans.5/5(1). Southeast Asia is regarded as one of the birthplaces of modern humans. Recent genetic evidence shows that it was probably the entry point of modern humans from Africa into East Asia and Oceania.
Nine of the eleven papers focus on genetic diversity in Southeast Asia and neighboring regions, especially studies which utilize molecular genetic marker data, including mitochondrial DNA and the Y chromosome. Three papers provide archaeological and linguistic perspectives for understanding the prehistory and peopling of the : Michael Pietrusewsky.
Nevertheless, the high frequencies of haplogroup R1-M in Cameroon also supported the back migration from Asia to sub-Saharan Africa . East Asia harbors substantial genetic, physical, cultural and linguistic diversity, but the detailed structures and interrelationships of those aspects remain : Lluis Quintana-Murci.
Genetic, linguistics, and archaeological perspectives on human diversity in Southeast Asia. Recent advances in human biology, volume 8. New Jersey: World Scientific.
Reviewed in Asian Perspectives Author: Michael Pietrusewsky. Alan Dix Human Computer Interaction download pdf.
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ENFIELD 1 Introduction This book explores human diversity and its dynamic causes and consequences with reference to the mainland Southeast Asia (MSEA) region during the Holocene (the l years). Global history combined with a unique human capacity for environmental.
Tai-Kadai (TK) is one of the major language families in Mainland Southeast Asia (MSEA), with a concentration in the area of Thailand and Laos.
Our previous study of mtDNA genome sequences supported a demic diffusion scenario in the spread of TK languages from southern China to Laos as well as northern and northeastern by: 8.
In many regions of the world, human genetic diversity “mirrors” geography in the sense that genetic differentiation increases with geographic distance (“isolation by distance” Ramachandran et al. ; Novembre et al.
; Wang et al. ; Bradburd and Ralph ; Battey et al. ); However, due to the complexities of geography and history, this relationship varies across the globe. East Asia, which is located at the east end of the continent of Eurasia, is one of the most important regions for studying evolution and genetic diversity of human populations Cited by: However, these two Hanging Coffin populations share very few mtDNA lineages (1 of 14), an indication of limited genetic exchange, which fits the model of cultural assimilation rather than demic diffusion during the historic spread of this custom to Southeast Asia.
Combining our genetic results with the archaeological evidence, we speculate that. Notably, the genetic diversity in India, the heartland of south Asia, is second only to that of Africa.
Thus, it is likely that India became peopled in one of the early waves of migration that originated in Africa. What remains controversial is whether there were multiple waves of migration from Africa, Cited by: Several such studies have been carried out in populations from South Asia, especially Pakistan, which is well-represented in the Human Genome Diversity Project (HGDP), and more recently India, in order to study their origins and their susceptibility, or resistance, to by: book reviews Genetic, Linguistic, and Archaeological Perspectives on Human Diversity in Southeast Asia.
Li Jin, Mark Seielstad, and Chunjie Xiao, eds. Recent Advances in Human Biology, Volume 8. New Jersey: World Scientific, Hardcover. 26 figs., 11 tables, pages, $ ISBN Reviewed by Michael Pietrusewsky, Department of Anthropology, University of. Integrating archaeology, historic linguistics and genetics when investigating major trends in world prehistory is one of the most alluring, but at the same time, one of the most testing of objectives.
The peopling of Southeast Asia: the case for an African rather than an Asian origin of the human Y-chromosome YAP insertion, P.A. Underhill and C.C.
Roseman; genetic history of ethnic populations in Southwestern China, B. Su et al; Y-chromosomal variation in uxorilocal and patrilocal populations in Thailand, M. Srikummool et al; genetic relationships among 16 ethnic groups from Malaysia and.
Genetic, Linguistic and Archaeological Perspectives on Human Diversity in Southeast Asia. By Lluís Quintana-Murci. Topics: Book Review. Publisher: The American Society of Human Genetics. Year: OAI identifier: oai: Cited by: Get this from a library.
Genetic, linguistic and archaeological perspectives on human diversity in Southeast Asia. [Li Jin; Mark Seielstad; Chunjie Xiao;] -- Southeast Asia is regarded as one of the birthplaces of modern humans. Recent genetic evidence shows that it was probably the entry point of modern humans from Africa into East Asia and Oceania.
Southeast Asia is regarded as one of the birthplaces of modern humans. Recent genetic evidence shows that it was probably the entry point of modern humans from Africa into East Asia and Oceania.
With the help of new markers X mostly from the Y-chr. Past Human Migrations in East Asia presents a full picture of the latest research on the peopling of East Asia, linking genetic, linguistic and archaeological evidence Roger Blench, Malcolm Ross, His main interest is the comparative linguistics of East and Southeast Asia.
He has published several books and numerous articles. in: Jin L. Seielstad M. Xiao C. Genetic, Linguistic and Archaeological Perspectives on Human Diversity in Southeast Asia. World Scientific Publishing, River Edge, New Jersey (43–pp)Cited by: Indonesia, an island nation linking mainland Asia with the Pacific world, hosts a wide range of linguistic, ethnic and genetic diversity.
Despite the complexity of this cultural environment Cited by: Genetic, Linguistic and Archaeological Perspectives on Human Diversity in Southeast Asia LiJinMarkSeielstadChunjieXiaoGenetic, Linguistic and Archaeological Author: Lluís Quintana-Murci. There is considerable ethno-linguistic and genetic variation among human populations in Asia, although tracing the origins of this diversity is complicated by migration events.
Thailand is at the center of Mainland Southeast Asia (MSEA), a region within Asia that has not been extensively studied. Genetic substructure may exist in the Thai population, since waves of migration from southern Cited by: The Cambridge History of Southeast Asia - edited by Nicholas Tarling January Kirk, R.
L., ‘ Human genetic diversity in south-east Asia and the western Pacific ’, in Roberts, D. and Stefano, G. F., Thiel, B., ‘ Austronesian origins and expansion; the Philippines archaeological data ’, Asian Perspectives. An Archaeological History of Japan, 30, B.C. to A.D.by Koji Mizoguchi; Craft Production and Social Change in Northern China, by Anne P.
Underhill; Genetic, Linguistic, and Archaeological Perspectives on Human Diversity in Southeast Asia, by Li Jin, Mark Seielstad, and Chunjie Xiao (eds.); Subsistence-Settlement Systems and Intersite. Southeast Asia is home to rich human genetic and linguistic diversity, but the details of past population movements in the region are not well known.
Here, we report genome-wide ancient DNA data from 18 Southeast Asian individuals spanning from the Neolithic period through the Iron Age ( to years ago).Cited by: [Download] The Caddo Nation: Archaeological and Ethnohistoric Perspectives (Texas Archaeology. Dynamics of human diversity looks at these questions with a focus on one of the most fascinating sites of human diversity worldwide: mainland Southeast Asia (MSEA).
In this book, experts on MSEA from across the disciplines of anthropology-linguistics, social anthropology, human biology, genetics, archaeology-bring together the latest empirical Format: Paperback. Genetic Linguistic Archaeological Perspectives on Human Diversity in Southeast Asia (Li Jin, Mark Seielstad, and Chunjie Xiao) Mutation-Driven Evolution (Masatoshi Nei) The Hero With a Thousand Faces The Masks of God (4 Book Series) (Joseph Campbell) Parallel Myths (J.F.
Bier). Histories of Health in Southeast Asia: Perspectives on the Long Twentieth Century (China Medical. The Paperback of the Past Human Migrations in East Asia: Matching Archaeology, Linguistics and Genetics by Alicia Sanchez-Mazas at Barnes & Price: $ Southeast Asia is one of the most genetically diverse regions in the world, but for more than a century scientists have disagreed about which theory of the origins of this region’s population.
Boivin N. () Anthropological, historical, archaeological and genetic perspectives on the origins of caste in South Asia. In: Petraglia M.D., Allchin B. (eds) The Evolution and History of Human Populations in South by: Typologizing sesquisyllabicity: The role of structural analysis in the study of linguistic diversity in Mainland Southeast Asia.
In Enfield, and Comrie, (eds.), pp. – Post, Mark W. Author: N. Enfield. Vast migrations and subsequent assimilation processes have shaped the genetic composition of Southeast Asia, an area of close contact between several major ethnic groups.
To better characterize the genetic variation of this region, we analyzed the entire mtDNA control region of unrelated donors from Laos according to highest forensic quality standards.
To detail the phylogeny, Cited by: 2 Emergence of cultural diversity in mainland Southeast Asia: a view from prehistory JOYCE C. WHITE 1 Introduction The study of cultural diversity is central to the discipline of anthropology (Hannerz ), but anthropological archaeologists who specialise in mainland Southeast Asia (MSEA) have not made the study of diversity in the File Size: KB.
The Bronze Age of Southeast Asia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Higham, Charles F.W. "Prehistory, language and human biology: Is there a consensus in East and Southeast Asia?" In Li Jin et al, eds. Genetic, Linguistic and Archaeological Perspectives on Human Diversity in Southeast Asia.
Singapore; River Edge, NJ: World Scientific. Genetics and archaeogenetics of South Asia is the study of the genetics and archaeogenetics of the ethnic groups of South aims at uncovering these groups' genetic geographic position of South Asia makes its biodiversity important for the study of the early dispersal of anatomically modern humans across Asia.
Studies based on Mitochondrial DNA variations have reported. Underhill PA, Roseman CC: The case for an African rather than an Asian origin of the human Y-chromosome YAP insertion. Recent Advances in Human Biology, Vol. 8: Genetic, Linguistic and Archaeological Perspectives on Human Diversity in Southeast by: An Archaeological History ofJapan, 30,B.C.
to A.D.Koji Mizoguchi Reviewed by Mark]. Hudson Craft Production and Social Change in Northern China, Anne P. Underhill Reviewed by Gina L. Barnes Genetic, Linguistic, and Archaeological Perspectives on Human Diversity in Southeast Asia, Li Jin, Mark Seielstad, and Chunjie Xiao, eds.Asian Perspectives: The Journal of Archaeology for Asia and the Pacific is the leading peer-reviewed archaeological journal devoted to the prehistory of Asia and the Pacific region.
In addition to archaeology, it features articles and book reviews on ethnoarchaeology, palaeoanthropology, physical anthropology,and ethnography of interest and use to the prehistorian.